The Language Theater

A fun, fully-illustrated Grammar Book
By Maria Beatty

In The Language Theater by Maria Beatty, we are introduced to nine actors who are part of English grammar. Theo the grammarian is the lead of the show and soon we meet Verb, Noun, Article, Adverb, Adjective, Pronoun, Conjunction, Preposition, and Interjection. Each actor is...

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The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Eat Cheesecake

By Christina Myers

Roger Myers loved to take his family out to a nice restaurant for special occasions. His family called him Papa and after dinner, he always asked his grandkids if they had ever heard about the little boy who wouldn't eat cheesecake. Though they had heard...

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To Baby, From Daddy

A Love Letter from a Father to a Daughter
By Steve Nguyen

To Baby, From Daddy: A Love Letter From a Father to a Daughter by Steve Nguyen is a beautiful and heartwarming story wherein a father writes messages to his daughter; messages filled with his thoughts and advice. He asks her to look up at the...

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The Merzzlings

The Adventure Begins
By Brittany Plumeri

In this adorable story about showing kindness to others, the Isle of Mer is home to a group of Merzzlings: small furry creatures who happen to be very mischievous. Noah, a young boy in the human world who has been mean to his classmates and...

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The Noisy Classroom

By Angela Shanté

A noisy classroom means a busy classroom and Ms. Johnson’s class is certainly busy. A little girl is horrified at the thought of moving up to the ‘noisy’ classroom in the fall. Even Ms. Johnson is noisy. And she sings, too. The little girl threatens...

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Throw It "Away"

By Daniela Macaya

Have you ever considered the life cycle of a single plastic bag? When you go shopping with your parents, the clerk stuffs your purchases in a plastic bag. Once home, you unloaded the purchases and throw away the plastic bag. Where does it go? To...

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Traveling Tessa

By Carrie Crawford Martinelli

Traveling Tessa is an adventure fantasy novel for children and preteens written and illustrated by Carrie Crawford Martinelli. Tessa was so excited that autumn had finally arrived. She had been counting the days, almost wishing that they would fly by more quickly. Tessa and her...

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The Treacherous Tingling Tanglelow Trial

By Greg McGoon

The Treacherous Tingling Tanglelow Trial: The Tanglelows Three by Greg McGoon, the third book of the series, tackles the topic of dealing with emotions in an aesthetic manner that will captivate readers and help them understand their moods. The Tingles are special and normally they...

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Tales from Bombast's Bookshelf

By Steve Michael Reedy

Tales from Bombast's Bookshelf opens with the eponymous Bombast and his wife Pix arriving on an island in a houseboat filled to the brim with books. From this premise, author Steve Michael Reedy crafts a collection of short stories for children greatly influenced by fairy...

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Tiny Makes a Friend

By Eva Schmidler

A mouse family lived in an animal refuge park at the end of a friendly forest. Mr. and Mrs. Mouse had seven children and they never had enough food to feed their big family. A tiger lived on the other side of the wall and...

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